River, run, Rhine, Herons, Assmannshausen am Rhein Rhone, stream, Strom, flow, fleuve, current, rapid, cataract, these are all one word, a Celtic word, for life’s excess, that streams, that rrrrrrrrrrrrrs. It is […]
It’s a cactus thing. Ospreys are grassland birds, too. So are trout.
This is a reclaimed grassland, seeded to reinforce a pile of dirt pushed together to build a house on. All very environmentally sensitive and respectful. This is what it looks like when […]
Cheatgrass burns off a whole season’s water at once … in early March. By May, this will be a desert, and this fire will be red. This sagebrush-cheatgrass culture takes the place […]
Or at least it should. A few days ago, I showed you what the practice of grazing cattle on grassland slopes has done to the earth. Here’s an image of a destroyed […]
The above image shows what lives here: ponderosa pine, a thick ground cover of lichens and mosses, saskatoon bushes, giant rye grass, bluebunch wheatgrass, hawthorns, chokecherries, and mule deer. That works well. […]
First, sing! That’s gotta work. House Sparrow If you’re more of a leafy type, you might try this neat trick: as your photosynthesis slows in the fall, you make red pigments instead […]
In my country, human consciousness is created when human animals engage in the weaving of the earth together with its spiritual stories. They are often recorded in the land, waiting to be […]
On the grassland slopes, it is created by life bringing the sun to itself. You don’t have to wait.
Grass is one of the clever plants of our planet. Look how these grasses are using the weight of snow to bend their stalks down. When the snow falls off in a […]